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India IT / Skill gap / Only 2.68% engineers meet the skill requirements

Only 2.68% engineers of the five lakh India produces annually meet the skill requirements of the IT products sector, according to a survey by employability assessment firm Aspiring Minds.

The national employability survey on engineering graduates by the firm states that nearly 92% of engineering graduates lack computer programming and algorithms skill required for IT product companies whereas 56% show lack of soft skills and cognitive skills.

Aspiring Minds used proprietary aptitude, language agnostic programming assessments and simulated programming assessments to assess over 55,000 engineers for the study. The study shares figures and analysis for employability of engineering graduates in the products sector…

Choosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor from

via Skill gap is worrying IT product companies: Survey – The Times of India.

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